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She reminds you of an onion, Seemingly translucent to tantalize your imagination. She published her first novel, The Ivory Swing in 1982 followed with more novels in the 1980�s and 1990�s. New York: Focuses on the migration theme. Christie's Book Award ( 1995) and the Governor General's Award ( 1998) For all her efforts she received the Vicky Metcalf Award in 1982 which recognizes authors who have inspired youth. Depending on a reader's aesthetic sympathies, the disorientation of such a poem might present a peacocky randomness, or serve as a loose psychological portrait of a morose yet randy speaker, or a satirical litany of contemporary data, suspended in poetic (and why not) form.

Pages: 144

Publisher: FriesenPress (January 29, 2014)

ISBN: 1460231430

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